Taipa Houses

Five Portuguese buildings of Taipa Houses-Museum were built in 1921, which had been the residences for high superior civil servants and Macanese families. In 1992, the five buildings were recognized as buildings with architectural value. After restoration, the Government transformed them into museums, under the name of “Taipa Houses-Museum”, which were opened to the public in 1999. In order to optimize the surrounding environment of the Taipa Houses-Museum, in the preservation of the original characteristics of the buildings, the Government proceeded further integration of five buildings, creating a multicultural leisure area and building a platform for showcasing the culture of Portuguese-speaking countries and international cultural exchange.

Opening Hours: 10 am to 7 pm (no admission after 6:30 pm; closed on Mondays)